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Contractor Perpetrators

× Report the Abuse ceased operations as an NGO on 20 August 2017. The webpage and its contents are no longer updated. Thank you for your support, and we encourage all visitors to keep addressing sexual violence against humanitarian aid workers.

The problem of sexual violence, as committed by contractors, is not limited to just our Founder and Former Director’s own experience; it was not the first report of contractors committing sexual crimes, and unless there are changes made to how we procure services and how we react to these incidents, it will not be the last.

This list should not be viewed as a comprehensive catalogue of articles on the subject. This section is intended to spark debates on the topic, a jumping off point for one’s own research into the subject.

Megan Nobert, Rape and the UN’s lack of accountability—in my own case and beyond, Women Under Siege, 1 October 2015.

Roger Hamilton-Martin, Ostracised, sacked … and even arrested: the fate of whistleblowers at the UN, The Guardian, 14 September, 2015.

‘Horrific Sexual Attack’ by UN contractor, BBC World Service, 31 July 2015.

Paul Lewis, Oliver Laughland and Roger Hamilton-Martin, UN paid millions to Russian aviation firm since learning of sex attack on girl, The Guardian, 30 July 2015.

Megan Nobert, Aid worker: I was drugged and raped by another humanitarian in South Sudan, The Guardian, 29 July 2015.

Hayes Brown, U.N. Says It Did “The Best It Could” After Aid Worker Raped In South Sudan, Buzzfeed, 27 July 2015.

Jina Moore, An Aid Worker Was Raped In South Sudan And The U.N. Did Almost Nothing About It, Buzzfeed, 24 July 2015.

David Isenberg, No Justice on Contractor Rape, CATO Institute, 18 April 2008.